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Topic # 225929 11-Dec-2017 22:42
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It has been very hot here so I am wondering if the heat might be a factor...? A chorus tech came around a couple of months ago and apparently said we needed another splitter (my internet has been unreliable for months). Why would I suddenly need another splitter when everything had been running fine before that and nothing (as far as I know) has changed? I have also occasionally been getting a screen saying the "your connection was interrupted" and "a network change was detected", which did make me wonder if I have been hacked.

 

I guess you will need more info but as a noob that is all I can think to offer. I use cable internet, no wireless and it is not activated either.

 

Any relevant helpful info much appreciated.


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  Reply # 1917066 11-Dec-2017 23:45
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Sounds like you May be having connectivity issues.

 

 

 

I'd try to work out if you are dropping DSL, Data transfer or such.

 

Alternatively, Contact your RSP; this is the sort of issue they should be equipt to handle

 

 





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